Never abandon a friend-- either yours or your father's. When disaster strikes, you won't have to ask your brother for assistance. It's better to go to a neighbor than to a brother who lives far away. Proverbs 27:10Who are your friends Ask yourself that. Why are they your friends? (And yes, accountability partner or sponsor count). It's because we have something in common, right. Neighbors? Parents of our kids' friends? Coworkers? Siblings?
Now ask yourself, if you needed something in an emergency, who would you ask? Now ask yourself, why would you ask them? Is it because they live close by? Or is it because they know your struggles and support you? Whatever the answer -- it's yours to own.
But ask yourself, do you have a person like that in your life? If you answer no, then ask why? God didn't put us here to not have deep relationships. He wants us to be with people - and therefore, it's going to be with something you have in common. You are worthy - I have no doubt in that.
Many who have an addiction feel that they are not worthy. No one is going to want to truly love someone who has lived a life of sin? But, the first step in cultivating that deep relationship - is taking the time to get to know someone. Relationships take time but are very much worth the investment. With a person that you feel safe, open up and tell them one thing about yourself that you think is interesting about yourself. See where the conversation flows from there.